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  • Douglas W. Henley, restaurateur

    Douglas W. Henley, restaurateur
    Douglas W. Henley, former executive director of the War Memorial and a Carroll County restaurateur, died Wednesday at his Mount Airy home of pancreatic cancer. He was 67. Douglas Wade Henley was born in Baltimore and raised in Mount Airy. After...
  • Feds issue rule for honoring fallen employees with flag

    Feds issue rule for honoring fallen employees with flag
    Getting a flag from the federal government wouldn't have provided much consolation for the family of the U.S. Postal Service employee who was shot to death last year on his route in Prince George's County. But June Barnette, a great-uncle of Tyson...
  • Setting Times stories to music: From Kasabian to Snoop Dogg

    Setting Times stories to music: From Kasabian to Snoop Dogg
    The soundtracks for the first two Great Reads of the week were by Scottish bands: We Were Promised Jetpacks, and Jesus and Mary Chain. (Don’t the Scots have a knack for great band names? The former is one of my favorite names ever.) I lived in...
  • 'House of Cards' rolls in Aberdeen with shooting Monday, Tuesday

    The makers of "House of Cards" don't show their hand often, but Aberdeen officials were tipped off that the hit Netflix is being filmed in their city at least part of this week. The show was expected to be filmed at the Bernard J. Tobin American Legion...
  • American Legion dance supports programs for veterans and the community

    The American Legion Hall was dimly lit, but full of life and energy on Saturday, Sept. 6, as the crowd bounced and twirled to the songs of yesteryear. At a table by the door, raffle tickets were being sold to support the Legion's endeavors in the...
  • Deep Red Kansas Seat Could Be Up For Grabs

    Let's go out on a limb and predict that a Republican majority will retake the Senate in November's elections. After all, Nate Silver, the paragon of quantitative journalism, puts the party's chances of doing so at 62.6 percent. On second thought, let'...
  • Huntington salutes Patriot Day

    City, county and state officials attended as American Legion Post 133 presented its annual Patriot Day ceremony Thursday at the Huntington Beach Pier to commemorate the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
  • Middletown's Dario Highsmith Makes Move To Tailback

    Middletown's Dario Highsmith Makes Move To Tailback
    Dario Highsmith should run the ball with the same elusiveness and effectiveness this season and maybe accomplish even more than he did a year ago for the Middletown High football team. He'll just do it from a different position. Highsmith was the Blue...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Vingt-Neuf Bowmen Tuesdays through September: 3-D archery from 5 p.m. until dark at the Maryland State Game and Fish Protective Association, 8735 Honeygo Blvd., Perry Hall. Crab symposium Today, Sept. 14: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St....
  • Obama tells veterans better mental health care on the way

    CHARLOTTE N.C. (Reuters) - President Barack Obama sought to make amends with veterans on Tuesday, announcing steps to expand their access to mental health care and an initiative with financial companies to lower home loan costs for military families. The...
  • Obama weighs risks of attacking jihadists in Syria

    WASHINGTON Amid growing pressure to act, President Barack Obama on Tuesday cautioned that defeating the Islamic State would take time, even as some Pentagon officials expressed frustration with what they decried as White House foot-dragging on striking...